Robert F. Kennedy's Ideal Hero

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Many heroes that have walked the face of this earth have impacted society greatly. Robert F. Kennedy formerly stated “Each time a man stands up for an ideal, or the lot of others, or strikes out against injustice he sends forth a tiny ripple of hope.” As claimed by Kennedy, a real hero fights against any injustice. Heroes also fight for what is right for society and the well-being of others. When someone acts or strikes out against injustice, they send forth a tiny ripple of hope. An example of an ideal hero, based on Robert F. Kennedy’s quote, is Princess Diana of Wales, believing in the well-being of the sick, poor, and needy. Princess Diana stood up for her beliefs that all needy must feel important, as well as fought for the sick, and for these reasons this is an example of an ideal hero. Although many were influenced by Princess Diana, she was also inspired by many. One of Princess Diana’s major influences was Lady Cynthia Hamilton. “Diana’s paternal grandmother, Lady Cynthia Hamilton. Diana inherited both her beauty and her empathy with 2 Byrnes 1/2…show more content…
After Princess Diana and Prince Charles’ divorce, Diana devoted her life to the sick, poor, and needy. Another major influence of Princess Diana is her divorce with Prince Charles on August 28th, 1996. The divorce influenced Princess Diana to push herself to help others that aren’t as fortunate as she is. “The couples marriage was troubled more than Diana’s feelings of inadequacy.” (Bradford 284-5 illustrations) Princess Diana has inspired many, but has also been inspired by

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